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apathy
lack of feeeling or emotion; indifference
assent
acceptance, as of a proposal or statement; to agree to something after thoughtful consideration
empathy
understaning, concerned identification with another's situation or feelings
pathetic
expressing or arousing pity
pathology
the study of a disease and it's causes and effects
presentiment
a sense that something is gonig to occur, premonition
sensational
arousing great intrest or excitement
sensibility
the ability to feel, sense, or percieve; refined awareness and appreciation in matters
sententious
inclined to give advice in a self-righteous way
sentiment
a thought, view or attitude based more on feeling than on reason; general cast of mind about something
culpable
responsible for wrong or error; blameworthy
exonerate
to free from charge; declare blameless
extort
to obtain by threats or other coercive means
illicit
not permitted by custom or law; illegal
incorrigible
incapable of being corrected or reformed
misdemeanor
an offense of less seriousness than a felony; misbehavior
purloin
to steal
ruffian
a tough or rowdy person
unscrupulous
not honorable; without principles
vile
unpleasant; disgusting; misreable
banter
good-humored, playful conversation
caricature
a representation that exxageeratees a comic feature
droll
amusingly odd or comical
facetious
playfully humorous; jesting in am inappropriate way
flippant
marked by a disrespectful frivolity or indifference
hilarity
loud and lively merriment
ludicrous
laughable because of an obvious absurdity
mirth
gladdness or lightheartedness; merriment
whimsical
playful or fanciful; imaginatively humorous
witticism
a witty or clever remark or saying